KODOKAN Ireland is a Judo club created in 2006 by
Frederic Marmain and David Rolland, both black belts with
over 15 years teaching experience.

This club is a non-profit association, located in Cabinteely at
Cabinteely Community School.

Judo is a Japanese martial art founded in 1882 by
Master Jigoro Kano.
It’s a self-defence sport as well as a way of life which follows
a moral code.  
Judo means “Gentle way”.
kodokan means " the place of study"

Kodokan Ireland is a member of the
Irish Judo Association.

Great News! The club has been
awarded 1st Prize in the
'Sports in the Community' section of the 2011 / 2012       
Dún Laoghaire-Rathdown County Council Community
Welcome to
Judo Club
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Mr David Rolland
D.L.P of the Club
Black Belt Shodan
I.J.A coach level 2
Secretary of Adapted Judo
Adapted judo
Member of I.J.A
I.J.A Tutor
Referee National A
SN International level B
Mr Frederic Marmain
Chairman / Head coach of the club
I.J.A coach level 2
Black Belt Yodan (4th Dan)
Chairperson of Adapted judo
Adapted judo National coach
Member of the I.J.A
Coaching Committee
I.J.A Tutor
Referee National A
SN International B
Leinster judo council secretary
9th January 2017

From January 2017

Adapted judo under 12 y/o        17.00 - 18.00
5-13 years old                           18.00 - 19.30
Over 13 y/o and adult               19.30 - 21.00

5-13 years old                           17.00 - 18.30
Adapted judo over 13 y/o          18.30 - 19.30
Over 13 y/o and adult               19.30 - 21.00

we welcome every one to have a free try

Classes are in Angela' s hall
at the Cabinteely community school
Courtland, Johnstown road
Cabinteely, Dublin 18
Irish Judo Association
Judo Competitions
Club Tournaments
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Video presentation of the club